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A real horrowshow book to feast your glazzies on. Not your typical scary novella, oh no. No ghosts or ghouls or zombies coming after you in the middle of the night. Not even a hint of a sexy vampire. Just … Continue reading
9th September 1941 “Nazi bastards”. I am jolted awake by the groans of Kurzin, my bedfellow. Reality sinks in: three months ago I had a semi-happy life in Moscow. Nothing, physically or mentally, could prepare me for this. I look … Continue reading
Fan-fiction has had a surge in popular literature in recent years and this popularity seems to be ever rising. The growing popularity of this “genre” is apparent with the recent publication of Abigail Gibb’s Twilightinspired, ‘The Dark Heroine: Dinner with … Continue reading
I watched carefully as they grew up “They’re a credit to you”, they’d say Yet I’d cringe at filling another cup Maybe too dear a price to pay The kites and strings and boats Winter walks in crispy snow Who … Continue reading
Recently I was fortunate enough to find myself in a position to interview Michael Morpurgo, OBE, FKC, AKC and former Children’s Poet Laureate, at the book launch for Morpurgo’s latest book, Where My Wellies Take Me…, written collaboratively by himself … Continue reading